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Isaiah 61:1

"The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted,to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners."

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Article of the Month

Apr 9, 2018

Love, family and single moms

After an unwelcome and heart breaking divorce I moved in with my 71-year-old, widowed mother. She was a good sport and a great help. In the mornings she helped get kids ready for school and me off to work. As I left I’d say, jokingly, “You make a good wife.” We had redesigned our family. Families come in all shapes, sizes, and shades.

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Mar 15, 2018

Anyway by Mother Teresa

If you know the story of Mother Teresa, you know that she experienced the worst of this world can throw at people. Despite that, she remained focus and determined to the very end and helped innumerable people in the process. Sometimes life has a way of getting us down no matter how hard we try. This short but inspirational poem from Mother Teresa reminds us why it is important to always persevere.

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Feb 12, 2018

Do children experience “stages” of divorce?

For years, people who work with children of divorce have wondered what the stages of grief are for these kids. One children’s minister asked me, “How can I help a child of divorce when I don’t know what the stages of grief are? Explain them to me, please.”

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Krista's Blog

Apr 18, 2018

The Real Battlefield

Dealing with your former spouse can be difficult. It can be exhausting. It can be very overwhelming. It can even feel useless at times. I liken it to being on a continual battlefield with arrows coming from all directions, not knowing which war you’re going to have to fight next. Sometimes it may feel like you are constantly watching for incoming bombs and arming yourself for a quick counter attack.

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Mar 21, 2018

A Life I Planned

When we get married we never dream of a day when our love of a lifetime blows up and we find ourselves in so much pain.  You try and try to make it work and for a million reasons it just doesn’t.

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Mar 19, 2018

25 Things Children of Divorce Want Their Parents to Know Part 1

Today is the beginning of another series. In the past I have written a number of series in my blogs. I hope you remember the Top Ten Steps to Co-Parenting or the Seven Beatitudes to Co-Parenting.  If you don’t, please go to my archives or you can find the outlines under the Tools for Healing tab at the top of my website.

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Krista is courageous and real! She is more than capable of helping others in practical ways with empathy and care.

- Ann Johnson

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- Robyn Besemann

I highly recommend Krista Smith to anyone who has suffered significant loss such as death, divorce or blended family dynamics.

- Pastor Dave Johnson

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